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Olivier Giroud gets winner as France celebrate World Cup homecoming France striker Olivier Giroud left celebrates scoring the winning goal in Les Bleus2-1 Nations League win over the Netherlands in Saint Denis Paris. Reuters  France finally celebrated winning the World Cup with their home fans on Sunday after Kylian Mbappe and Olivier Giroud both scored in a 2-1 win over the Netherlands in Paris.  Giroud swept in the winner from a Benjamin Mendy cross in the 75th minute for his first goal in 11 games in a France shirt after the Chelsea strikerwent through the entirety of his countrys triumphant campaign in Russia without scoring.  On their first appearance on home soil since the World Cup Mbappe had earlier put France ahead in an explosive performance from the 19-year-old striker before Ryan Babel briefly restored parity in the second half.  The Stade de France exploded in celebration at Girouds winner in a game that had a competitive edge as part of Uefas new Nations League.  View image on Twitter  However this match on a balmy evening was really just a prelude to World Cup victory celebrations on the pitch in front of almost 80000 fans at the national stadium after the final whistle.  The victory was the most important thing so we can have a great party manager Didier Deschamps told television station M6.  I am really pleased for Olivier. Strikers can have periods like that where they are not as efficient but he is useful in our build-up play he scored a lovely goal and on top of that it gave us the victory.  The French team and their supporters saw this occasion as the opportunity to make up for the lack of a memorable public celebration in the immediate aftermath of the World Cup triumph in Russia.  The day after beating Croatia 4-2 in the final Les Bleus paraded hurriedly down the Champs-Elysees Avenue in Paris en route to a reception hosted by President Emmanuel Macron.  The plane carrying the French football team is met with a water cannon salute at Charles de Gaulle airport. Bob Edme / AP Photo  The rushed nature of those celebrations disappointed the estimated 300000 fans who took to the streets and so this time the victorious squad were presented one by one to supporters after the final whistle.  The World Cup trophy was shown off as well and the squad undertook a lap of honour singing with supporters at the stadium where France first won it in 1998.  Now is the time to have a party Paul Pogba told M6.  When we came back to France it was very short. There was all the security around the bus and we couldnt really celebrate with the public.  This time we are at the Stade de France its full its beautiful.  The France starting line-up was the same as that inThursdays 0-0 draw with Germanyin Munich meaning the only change from the World Cup final was in goal with Alphonse Areola replacing the injured Hugo Lloris.  The teams were greeted by an enormous banner that read world champions and covered the pitch before a spine-tingling version of the French national anthem.  Mbappe forced a good save from Netherlands goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen inside 50 seconds and his performance here showed why he is tipped as a future Ballon dOr winner.  He got the breakthrough in the 14th minute as he turned in a ball driven across the box by Blaise Matuidi for his eighth international goal in 2018.  The hosts looked in complete control against a Dutch side rebuilding under Ronald Koeman after failing to qualify for Euro 2016 or the World Cup.  It took the visitors 66 minutes to seriously threaten as Georginio Wijnaldum found himself in behind the defence only to drag his shot wide.  But the Dutch were level just a minute later Kenny Tete delivering a cross from the right for Babel  unmissable with his hair dyed red  to convert.  Giroud got the winner though his 32nd for his country seeing him move one clear of Zinedine Zidanes tally for France.  After drawing in Germany France are in control in the three-team Group 1 of League A in the Nations League with the group winners going through to the four-team finals next June.  But for them the evening was always about the post-game festivities first and foremost.  The post Olivier Giroud gets winner as France celebrate World Cup homecoming appeared first on 1Sportz.com.   # Football #football #footballready #footballvideos #footballvideosskills #fifavideos #footballmessi #footballlive #footballvideosfunny #youtubefootballvideos #footballronaldo #footballvideos2018 #footballfinals #football2018 #footballgoalvideos2018 #footballgoalvideos #fifanews #footballnews #fifanewstoday #fifanewsrankings #fifanewsnow #fifanewslive #fifanewsworldcup #latestfifa #cupnews #fifanews2018 #livefootball #livefootballnews #latestfootbal #latestfifanews
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